Choosing the right makeup for your face is more difficult than one might think. Your bridal makeup kit should include products that are appropriate for your skin tone and type. You can choose Maybelline products, Blue Heaven products or many more available online. It’s not important to have multiple products doing the same function, one is enough. For example, there are numerous foundation shades to choose from that will perfectly complement your skin tone and you can get all of them but choosing the correct one is the finest choice. To help you choose the best makeup products for your face, we’ve compiled a list of recommended bridal makeup kit essentials for your face below-
When it comes down to it, the foundation should be your starting point. Look for a product that not only makes your skin look flawlessly airbrushed, but also lasts the entire day. Long-lasting and long-wearing should be your cue. Another viable option is to use a high-definition foundation that is enhanced with pigments that reflect light. To get the best results, avoid SPF-infused products. Foundation should be applied in circular motions with your fingers on your face and down to your neck.
Without proper preparation, your skin can look like a blotchy nightmare. After all, you’ll want your makeup to last until the final selfie, toast, and twirl. As a result, primer is critical. The general rule is to use a lot of mattifying primer. After you’ve finished cleansing and moisturizing, apply it to your face, lips, and eyelids, and then top with foundation to create a smooth base.
You’re probably not going to get enough sleep during your wedding festivities, but this is the one time when you want to look your best. To cover unforgiving last-minute zits, blemishes, or discoloration, you’ll need a seriously heavy-duty concealer that doesn’t crease or spread and blends perfectly with your skin tone. Choose from the range of Blue Heaven products such as the Blue Heaven Flawless Liquid Concealer to hide those dark circles. After applying foundation, dab a creamy formula on the inner corners of your eyes and work it outwards, pressing your fingertips into the shadow areas. Want to conceal a zit? Simply apply concealer on top of it and blend until it disappears.
A blush will instantly give you the appearance of a healthy flush, making it an essential addition to your bridal beauty kit. Brides with dry skin should use a cream blush—just a few dabs will give you a dewy glow. If you have normal or oily skin, the powder blush is a must-have. A liquid will work well for a more pigmented formula. Layer blushes of varying textures to lock in colour and provide long-lasting coverage. Prepare your cheekbones with the right shades of pink or red. A girl’s makeup kit must include the right hues of cheerful colors to give her look the spark of a newlywed. Nothing refreshes your look like the right tint of bright shades in a perfect blush. As you apply the blush to your cheekbones, keep the duck-face pout in mind (suck in your cheeks to locate them). Apply a small amount to your temples to balance the flush on your entire face.
Apply a setting powder, either pressed or loose, to your base to keep it in place. With just one swipe of a brush, excess oils are absorbed, resulting in a visibly flawless finish. A small size will also be useful for later touch-ups. Always keep a translucent powder on hand that is ultrafine so it never looks cakey and adds a touch of radiance while removing shine.
Eye shadow palette
Your wedding day is the ideal occasion to make a statement with your eye makeup. Look for a palette that incorporates neutrals and metallics. Warm, earthy tones complement Indian skin the best. Shades of gold, bronze, and copper work well together as well, and the modern Indian bride can choose these colours without hesitation.
A waterproof formula is the only way to keep your eye makeup smudge-proof, sweat-proof, and even tear-proof. Make sure your makeup kit includes a highly pigmented long-wear eyeliner. What about another non-negotiable? It’s a mascara. But, before you buy one, consider whether you want length or volume.
A contoured look defines your facial features, emphasizing your nose and cheekbones. It gives you a sculpted appearance for the rest of your day. For those who are new to the technique and style, we recommend purchasing a small contour palette and putting in plenty of practice time beforehand.
When applied to the high points of the face (cheekbones, tip of the nose, brow bones, and Cupid’s bow), a highlighter can be the perfect pick-me-up for your complexion, providing a lit-from-within glow. Choose your highlighter formula based on the look you want to achieve: a powder highlighter will give you a matte finish, a cream or balm version will give you a dewy finish, and a liquid highlighter will give you the most intense color pay-off.
Lipstick is a must-have for your bridal makeup. Keep a red, pink, and a nude on hand. While matte formulas will last the longest, don’t be afraid to go for a creamy option.